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Win tickets to Australia Day at the National Film and Sound Archive

The National Film and Sound Archive has a huge day planned for Australia Day, with an ode to Aussie movie and TV classics. 

Crocodile Dundee (noon), The Castle (2pm) and They're a Weird Mob (4pm) are all screening in the Arc Cinema, plus episodes of the first season of Skippy will play in the Theatrette from noon to 5pm.

The Castle is one of four classic films screening at the National Film and Sound Archive on Australia Day.
The Castle is one of four classic films screening at the National Film and Sound Archive on Australia Day. Photo: Supplied

There will also be a sausage sizzle and the triple J Hottest 100 streaming in the courtyard. Then at 6.30pm, the Canberra premiere of the NFSA's digital restoration of Starstruck (1982) is screening, with a special Q&A with director Gillian Armstrong.

You can get an all-day pass, which will give you access to all of the screenings for $20, or individual tickets are available. Tickets at nfsa.gov.au.

We have three double all-access passes to give away, which will each give you access to all four films.

To win, tell us  what your favourite Australian movie ever is. Email entries to flycompetitions@canberratimes.com.au.

* Competition closes at 12pm on January 24, 2016. Entrants must be ACT residents and over 18 years old.